ICNMTA 2022 succesfully wrapped up
The ICNMTA 2022 international conference with as many as 112 participants from 25 countries from all over the world ended very successfully last Friday. We hosted a worldwide community of scientists, specialists in high-energy focused ion beams, who shared experiences and plans on nuclear microprobe technology and applications. The combined format of the conference proved to be extremely effective - 60% of the participants met in person in Ljubljana, while 40% attended the conference remotely. Lectures and other presentations of the latest achievements were accordingly combined, but without any difficulties. The participants commented on the organization in superlatives.
New X-ray Spectrometer on the External Proton Beam
Analytical capabilities of the upgraded beamline with the external proton beam were further expanded with the installation of a new X-ray spectrometer. Basic design of the spectrometer, main operation characteristics, together with the results of the first measurements are presented in a recent paper, published in the Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry.
DehydroC project meeting
Last week, the ninth DehydroC project meeting took place in Ljubljana at Jožef Stefan Institute.